On March 1, 2023, the SEC Historical Society held a program at Howard University School of Law featuring the Director of the SEC's Office of Women and Minority Inclusion, Pamela Gibbs, and three former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairs who served during the first decade of OMWI's operations: Jay Clayton, Mary Schapiro and Mary Jo White. The panel explored OMWI's goals, challenges and successes in leading the Commission’s diversity and inclusion efforts since its establishment in 2012.
This program was made possible through the generous support of Morrison Foerster LLP, Jones Day, Charles River Associates, Wells Fargo, Barry Rashkover, and Howard University School of Law.
February 1, 2023 - In the fall of 1997, a number of law schools across the nation began heeding the call of SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt to launch, for the first time ever, clinics, staffed primarily by law students, dedicated to providing free legal services to investors of modest means who seek remedies for investment harm.
As of January 1, 2023
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The SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) was formed in 1995, consolidating all of the Commission’s examination and inspection activities in a single unit. On December 17, 2020, OCIE was renamed the Division of Examinations. This special program focuses on the recent evolution of OCIE to the Division of Examinations. (CLE credit in NJ, NY, and PA will be offered for in-person attendance.)
This program is made possible with a grant from Morgan, Lewis and Bockius, LLP.
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